European Poker Tour 2010 warm-up
Image EPT Prague is undoubtedly true poker peak season in Prague, when all the biggest names are fading to Czech capital. This poker festival lasts a week usually, but not this time.

Management of the Prague Golden Prague Poker Room Poker EPT this year decided to extend the bit for a week and in invited players for some hot mid to high stakes cash game action.

EPT Warm-up begins 7th December at 18:00, when the door of the Hilton´s poker room opens and not closes until Sunday, the 12th December, 18:00. Sunday at 2 p.m. the EPT venue - Congress Hall in Hotel Hilton will open to public. During the warm-up EPT, poker room will operate 24 hours a day, there will be seven tables.

The games will start witha minimum amount of CZK 100 / 200 blinds up to 1000-2000kc No Limit and Pot Limit, also Limit holdem game will be addend and depending on player´s will, there will be also Omaha and other games.
Organizers expect 50-70 players from abroad and a large number of seats has been already reserved (players have already made their deposits in the tens of thousands of euros). The rake will be charged as high as during the EPT.

What´s more, 9th December the Sky Bar Lounge in the very top of the hotel was booked for a welcome party for all event participants.
Cash game players will enjoy the same benefits as usual in Golden Prague Poker room: free parking in the hotel parking lot, expanded buffet (menu), soft drinks and cigarettes.

Due to limited capacity, we recommend that all players have made reservations by contacting Fabrice Personeni (contact details see www.goldenpraguepoker.cz) otherwise organizers can not guarantee that that players will be seated.

During the warm-up events like the EPT at the Hilton will pay more stringent measures to prevent the recurrence of the recent scandals of the grand finale Partouche Poker Tour, EPT Tallinn and even Rozvadov. Those suspects from fraud are blacklisted and they will not be allowed to enter the casino premises. The restrictions are intended mainly to protect participants of tournaments and cash games, to maintain fair play and, unfortunately, all this may affect the freedom of journalists and spectators.

 
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